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Enterprise Subcommittee 2009-2010 Assessment Projects



Strategies to Meet Objectives

Assessment Method


Outcomes /Results

Feedback and Follow-Up Recommendations

Program/Office/Department Performing Assessment

What does the department/ program do to meet the goals --- what practices are currently in place


What is done to meet the objective – how does the department meet the objective (already in place)

How will this practice (objective) be assessed – what tools are used to see if the objective is working

When/how often will assessment take place

What does the data say

Analysis of the data – expected outcomes , successes, weaknesses

Auxiliary Enterprises Corp. – Bookstore             

The AEC is a mechanism for providing grant support for the campus at large via proceeds from rental and service contracts on campus.

The AEC manages the contracts for the food and vending services on campus, as well as the bookstore.

The AEC will collect data from the campus bookstore concerning the amount of used books sold as a percentage of all books sold.  This will be a baseline used in future comparison.

Data will be collected monthly beginning December 2009.



Business Office – Perkins Loans

The Financial Aid Processing Center (FAPC) offers students subsidized loans to help afford the cost of a college education.

The Perkins Loan is a low-interest federal loan program available to students meeting certain need criteria. 

FAPC will collect baseline data on defaulted Perkins Loans vs. total Perkins Loans for use in future years’ comparisons.

Data will be collected monthly beginning December 2009.



Campus Dining Services – Public Satisfaction

Campus dining services (currently AVI Fresh) provide hot and cold food for sale in the school’s cafeterias, as well as catering service for the campus.

AVI has committed to provide a varied, healthy, environmentally friendly menu to Hunter.

Baseline data will be collected using a numeric-scaled satisfaction survey.

Data will be collected at the end of each semester/session (winter and summer).



Facilities – Work Order System               

The Facilities and Planning department maintains the physical learning and working environments across all Hunter’s campuses.

Currently, there is the Archibus work order system in place for students/faculty/staff to submit requests to Facilities.

The department will track the timeline from submission to completion of all maintenance requests from faculty and student groups to create a baseline for future years’ comparisons.

Data will be collected monthly beginning December 2009.



Hunter Green – Sustainability                

Hunter Green is a committee made up of representatives from faculty, students, and staff from across all campuses.

Hunter Green monitors and develops ways in which Hunter College works constantly to become a greener school.

Baseline data will be collected on the amount of recyclables collected and disposed of properly by the campus, as well as energy consumption reports across all campuses.

Data will be collected monthly beginning December 2009.



OneCard – Dining Plan Usage

The OneCard allows students to pay for things like printing, postage, and food across all Hunter’s campuses without the need for cash.

The OneCard dining plan allows students to set aside a specific amount of money on their card to be used exclusively in the dining facilities on campus without the student paying any sales tax, thereby saving the student nearly 9% on every meal purchased.

The OneCard office will create a baseline for comparison in future years by determining the number of students using the dining plan as a percent of total students, as well as track the amount of dollars spent using the dining plan as a percent of all dollars spent by students in the cafeterias on the OneCard.

Data will be collected monthly beginning December 2009.